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Conservatives hate BLM because BLM protesters killed bar owner Jake Gardner

From the Right / Wayne Allyn Root /

You know why pro-Trump conservatives (like me) are so angry at the Black Lives Matter movement? Not just because they are a violent, anti-American hate group. Not just because their original charter (created by lesbian Marxists) was hateful toward fathers. Not just because everywhere BLM protests, what follows is riots, looting, burning and dead...Read more

Trump move on Jerusalem embassy led to peace

From the Right / Debra Saunders /

WASHINGTON -- When President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and announced he would install an embassy in the Holy City in December 2017, the foreign policy establishment said bad things would follow.

European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini warned the move "has the potential to send us backwards to ...Read more

Republicans, confirm a Supreme Court justice immediately!

From the Right / Josh Hammer /

Political hell broke loose when America learned, just as the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah was about to commence, that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg -- a decades-long liberal lion of the Supreme Court and erstwhile feminist trailblazer -- had succumbed to pancreatic cancer. In a presidential election year already marked by a once-in-a-lifetime ...Read more

Here's my list of debate questions I want Biden to answer

From the Right / Adriana Cohen /

In Cleveland on Tuesday, President Donald Trump and Joe Biden will face off in the much-anticipated first presidential debate moderated by Fox News' Chris Wallace. Here are few key questions the veteran journalist should ask the former vice president.

On Hunter Biden:

--Despite having no known expertise in the energy sector, your son Hunter ...Read more

Democrats' concern for SCOTUS 'norms' are entirely bogus

From the Right / David Harsanyi /

For those keeping track, here's a list of Democratic Party "norms" for placing new justices on the Supreme Court of the United States, as they stand today:

Norm No. 1: When Democrats are in charge of both the Senate and the White House, they are free to nominate and confirm any justice they please, as quickly as they please, as they did in the ...Read more

Trump needs to help Christian refugees and those fleeing communism.

From the Right / Erick Erickson /

America has a long tradition of being open to those fleeing oppression. That tradition has been slowed by the Trump administration, and this issue has been absorbed into the big-picture battle on immigration issues as a whole.

It makes sense to crack down on fraud, but not at the expense of those fleeing communism and religious oppression.

The...Read more

Trump will prevent the left's destruction of the nation and its abolition of liberty

From the Right / David Limbaugh /

It's getting scary out there, people. Everywhere you turn, Trump haters are venting their wrath against Trump supporters, as if supporting President Trump is an unforgivable sin.

They're projecting and gaslighting -- blaming Trump and his supporters for everything they're doing. It's madness, but at long last, they might have awakened the ...Read more

Democrats' complaints about the coming Supreme Court vote don't pass the smell test

From the Right / Neil Patel /

In case you didn't notice, our country is completely falling apart. There are so many problems that they are hard to list out at this point, but the biggest, by far, is the increasing animosity between Americans of different political persuasions. People think those on the other side are evil and need to be destroyed. There have always been ...Read more

Liberal media assigns exactly zero blame to their own pusillanimous silence

From the Right / Tim Graham /

Why is Joe Biden always putting a "lid" on his campaign? If you're not familiar with the press lingo, a "lid" is a note to your press pool that you plan no further public events on your schedule. Biden tends to put a "lid" on it at 9 or 10 in the morning, saying his press corps has nothing to cover.

On Sept. 23, they called a "lid" at 9:30 a.m....Read more

All the chips are on the table now

From the Right / Patrick Buchanan /

"As everyone knows, I made it clear that my first choice for the Supreme Court will make history as the first African American woman justice."

So Joe Biden promised. Since the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, however, Biden has refused to produce a list of Black female judges and scholars whom he would consider for the now-vacant seat.

...Read more

Who's violating norms these days?

From the Right / Michael Barone /

Norms, we are told, matter. Violating norms, recklessly disregarding norms -- these are charges on which President Donald Trump is often arraigned in the court of public opinion.

The indictment starts with his annoying habit of inventing insulting nicknames for his opponents and critics. You can add to the list as you will and perhaps come up ...Read more

Mainstream media media ignores hypocrisy while pouncing on Trump because it suits their agenda

One of the things that people across the board find pathetic, misleading and downright disgusting is hypocrisy. Especially when it comes from a person in a position of power, at a lectern with a mic, who is pretending to be holier than thou. Yet, when they are not at the lectern, their actions are something entirely different: "Do as I say, not ...Read more

Justices Ginsburg and Scalia interpreted the Constitution very differently, but agreed on much

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg served on the Supreme Court for 27 years until her death late last week. Her tenacious advocacy for the rights of those she perceived as legally disadvantaged, combined with her outsized intellect, moved the vector of the court's direction as few justices have in history. She championed the rights of women and members...Read more

New CBO report projects delusional spending levels

America's national debt now stands at close to $27 trillion. According to a new report by the Congressional Budget Office, by the end of 2020, federal debt held by the public is projected to equal 98% of GDP -- and in the following year, this burden will grow to 104% of GDP. But its growth doesn't stop there. Even in the unlikely scenario that ...Read more

We can all learn from RBG's and Scalia's friendship

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

I've been thinking a great deal about the close friendship between Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. It puzzled -- and sometimes even infuriated -- their followers, but it is a model we should all follow, especially now.

Some of the more distressing phenomena in contemporary American culture are the calls for people...Read more

Stay Calm and Slow to Anger

Most of us understand the concept of working toward a goal based on the system in place. For example, when I was in college, I'd review the syllabus for each class, see how the professor calculated final grades (did it include performance on homework and quizzes or just tests, and how was each of those weighted?) and then periodically figure out...Read more

Democrats want Trump not to nominate RBG's successor; cue the laughter

From the Right / Larry Elder /

Consider this mind experiment. It is September 2016. Democrats control the United States Senate, 54-44, with two independents who caucus with the Democrats. In the upcoming election, 24 Democratic seats are in play, versus 10 Republican seats. Therefore, the Democrats' continued control over the Senate is anything but a foregone conclusion. The ...Read more

Exploring Jimmy Carter's secret racist past

Washington -- I have been vindicated! Years ago, I made a discovery while researching the life and legend of President of the United States Jimmy Carter. He was the 39th president of the United States, in the event that you have forgotten. He immediately preceded President Ronald Reagan, who smothered him in a landslide victory that Jimmy still ...Read more

Mitch McConnell seeks a new fig leaf to disguise the spectacle of hypocrisy

From the Right / Mona Charen /

"Those are my principles, and if you don't like them, I have others." -- Groucho Marx

Senator Mitch McConnell, seeking a new fig leaf to disguise the spectacle of hypocrisy that Republicans are presenting regarding the "advice and consent" clause, is sputtering that there really is a principle involved and there is no inconsistency. In order to...Read more

An interview with Mike Dunleavy, Alaska's Republican governor, who is a huge fan of the president

From the Right / Cal Thomas /

ANCHORAGE — From the moment Gov. Mike Dunleavy, a Republican, was made aware of the threat of COVID-19, he acted faster than most other states and the federal government. In an interview, I asked him why he moved so quickly when others did not?

“We got a call from the (U.S.) State Department in January asking for assistance with a charter (...Read more